We are pleased to invite you to learn about LGBTQ history during the Palmer-Warner House’s expanded open tour days in the month of June for Pride Month! Commemorating the Stonewall Uprisings in June 1969, Pride Month is an opportunity to celebrate LGBTQ+ identities and communities, more deeply understand LGBTQ+ histories, and laud progress towards freedom and acceptance.

On Saturdays, June 1-22 from 12 noon–4 pm, specialty tours of the Palmer-Warner House will introduce visitors to its residents and explore the themes of Equity, Unity, and Reflection. Visitors to the house and grounds can take in A Historic Timeline of Connecticut’s LGBTQ Community on loan from the Connecticut Museum of Culture and History will be on view in the barn. Join us on Saturday, June 29, for our culminating celebration in partnership with the East Haddam Historical Society.

“Connecticut Landmarks takes seriously its responsibility to share the stories of Frederic Palmer and Howard Metzger and the life they built together in East Haddam. We are so grateful for the opportunity to be in community with our LGBTQ+ friends and allies, and look forward to celebrating and learning with you throughout Pride Month and all year long,” said Shaelyn Amaio, Director of Public Engagement & Marketing for the organization.

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